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The Boston Conservatory Presents String Masters: Lila Brown, April 1

(BOSTON) The Boston Conservatory presents faculty member Lila Brown, viola, in the popular String Masters series, a unique offering of internationally renowned musicians performing under the artistic direction of Andrew Mark and Irina Muresanu. The performance takes place Sunday, April 1, 2012 at 8 p.m. at The Boston Conservatory’s Seully Hall at 8 The Fenway. General admission tickets are $15, $10 for seniors and FREE for students with valid ID. Tickets are available by phone at 617-912-9222 or at 

The program will include works by Darius Milhaud, Morton Feldman and Rebecca Clark. Brown will be accompanied by pianist Judith Gordon.

About Lila Brown

After graduating from the Juilliard School, Lila Brown joined the Boston Symphony. She subsequently left to study with Sandor Vegh and become principal violist of the Camerata Academica in Salzburg under his direction. Brown then spent seven years as an assistant professor at the Vienna Hochschule, six years as a member of the Ensemble Modern in Frankfurt and and from 1997 through 2009 was a professor at the Conservatory in Düsseldorf, Germany. Brown now lives and performs in Boston, and teaches viola and chamber music at The Boston Conservatory and at the Apple Hill Center for Chamber Music. She is co-founder and artistic director of Music from Salem.

About The Boston Conservatory

The Boston Conservatory trains exceptional young performing artists for careers that enrich and transform the human experience. Known for its intimate and supportive multi-disciplinary environment, The Boston Conservatory offers fully accredited graduate and undergraduate programs in music, dance and theater, and presents more than 200 performances each year by students, faculty and guest artists. Since its founding in 1867, The Boston Conservatory has shared its talent and creativity with the city of Boston, the region and the nation, and continues to grow today as a vibrant community of artists and educators. For more information, visit 

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